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"Foxes" - Homage to Franz Marc (1913) Throw Pillow

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Throw Pillow 16" x 16"
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Size: Throw Pillow 16" x 16"

Accent your home with custom pillows from Zazzle and make yourself the envy of the neighborhood. Made from high-quality Simplex knit fabric, these 100% polyester pillows are soft and wrinkle-free. The heavyweight stretch material provides beautiful color definition for your design while also being the perfect complement to your couch!

  • Dimensions: 16" x 16" (square)
  • Simplex knit fabric; 100% polyester; wrinkle-free
  • Hidden zipper enclosure; synthetic-filled insert included
  • Machine washable
  • Made in the USA
Designer Tip: To ensure the highest quality print, please note that this product’s customizable design area measures 16" x 16". For best results please add 0.5" bleed.
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"Foxes" - Homage to Franz Marc (1913) Throw Pillow
In China, fox animal symbolism revolved around the afterlife. Lore has it that a fox sighting was thought to be a signal from the spirits of the deceased. Fox animal symbolism takes a turn of intelligence in the Celtic realm, as the Celts believed the fox to be a guide, and was honored for its wisdom. The Celts understood the fox knows the woods intimately, and they would rely upon the fox as their guide in the spirit world. In Japan, the fox was considered one of the rain spirits, and a messenger of Inari the rice god. Here the fox also symbolizes longevity and protection from evil. In Native American lore, fox animal symbolism deals with two interpretations. One perspective (Northern tribes) observes the fox as a wise and noble messenger. The other (Plains tribes) views the fox as a trickster playing pranks, or worse - luring one to demise. Overwhelmingly, cultural consensus on fox animal symbolism deals with: cunning, strategy, quick-thinking, adaptability, cleverness and wisdom
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